coasterfreak101 wrote:I am such a sucked for these nighttime shows. The last twenty seconds of this one is just amazing!!
Been waiting for this new show for months now and totally agree the last minute of this just builds and builds and then 'bang' - lasers, fire, fireworks, fountains, music and water and castle projectors all going full on - not sure what else you could chuck in to the mix. Off to see this in person in a couple of months and counting the days down. Disney always put on a great show but this pulls together all of the lessons learned from World of Color etc. DLP have been so lucky to have the skills of Steve Davison and his team work on this new show and I'm sure as the seasons pass DLP will make full use of the new set up - can see both a Halloween and Christmas make-over working just a well. This definitely puts DLP on the must do list for this year. Happy 20th birthday DLP.
Wow, that looks like a GREAT show! I'm especially impressed with the projections on the castle. Can't say the flow of the show is that great, but it still looks like a blast (of fire!) and sure to please the crowd, especially with that finale haha.
Disneyland Paris opened the doors at 12 april 1992, this year it celebrates it's 20th anniversary and last weekend (31 march-1 april) there was a big Press Event. I was invited being the webmaster of my Disneyland Paris website
Getting our press pass at Hotel New York
This was the desk, but we were early, so we had to wait, there was no one there at the moment :)
A display of some new merchandise for the 20th anniversary
The entrance to Disneyland Park got a new sign for the celebration
The press are setting up their equipment in the park
Getting ready for the opening ceremony
Time to cut that ribbon Mickey :)
Time to celebrate
and take lot's of picture with celebrities
Pluto having fun on his own
Meet Mickey is not open now, but will be in May 2012, we had a hard hat tour and weren't allowed to take pictures or make video. This was a real stage and now still is, the seats are now gone and there is a sue line in front of the stage. You will meet mickey in a real backstage, nicely decorated and you can get your picture taken with Mickey, it was very nice
Thanks to this imagineer, who is a story teller and took us on the hard hat tour of Meet Mickey
I also did an interview, with you can see at the bottom of this post, with imagineers about the parade, the anniversary train and the new show called Disney Dreams
A scale model of one of the new parade floats
Foto set for the celebrities and the press
This parade is called Disney Magic on Parade
The 20th Anniversary Train
We also had a Dinner event for all the invites and celebrities and there I met Tony Baxter :)
Tony Baxter and Me
Then to the park for a speech of the CEO Philippe Gas
The CEO Philippe Gas
Then it was time for the show everyone was waiting for: Disney Dreams
water, fire, pyro and projections on the castle
After the show there was a party in Main Street, party time :)
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